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CITIC revs up second Chinese property vehicle

Published on March 9th, 2015

CITIC Securities has launched a second exchange-traded vehicle backed by Chinese property. The investment manager describes the product as a real estate investment trust, but its CITIC-ChinaAMC Suning Yunchuang Special…

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